Dead Men Tell No Tales
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August 29, 2012
I would have given this book one star but I cannot say I hated it. I was very disappointed, I found it melodramatic and over-written. There is a curious homo-erotic flavour to the hero/narrator's relationship with, admiration for, the really quite evil Squire Rattray. This is not uncommon in late Victorian and Edwardian fiction; think of Jervis's fascination with the appearance of Dr Thorndyke or Bunny's devotion to Raffles. But back to the book, any reader expecting the joyous excitement and plotting of Hornung's Raffles stories will be disappointed. Not a good book.
August 27, 2012
A dead man cannot seak .He has to tell many things . But he cannot.So he tells nolies or truth.A very interesting book ! .